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Using my mobile phone camera

Want to take a picture? Follow these easy instructions.

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Turn on the camera

Tap Camera.

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Turn on the camera

If the video recorder is turned on:

Tap the indicator in the bottom right corner of the display and drag it left.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

You can select different settings when you take pictures using the mobile phone camera.

To zoom in or out:

Drag two fingers together or apart to zoom in or out.

To turn flash on or off:

Tap the flash icon.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

Tap Auto, On or Off.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

To turn grid on or off:

Tap Options.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

Tap the indicator next to Grid.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

Depending on the current setting, the function is turned on or off.

Tap Done.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

To turn HDR on or off

Tap Options.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

Tap the indicator next to HDR.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

Depending on the current setting, the function is turned on or off.

Tap Done.

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Select camera settings

If you turn on HDR, your mobile phone takes three pictures and saves them as one combining the best brightness conditions. Please note: if you turn on HDR, the flash is automatically turned off.

To change camera:

Tap the camera switch icon.

Depending on the current setting the front or the back camera is turned on.

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Take a picture

Point the camera lens at the required object and tap the camera icon.

The picture is saved automatically.

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Choose option

You have a number of other options after you've taken pictures using your mobile phone's camera.

Tap the photo album icon in the bottom left corner of the display.

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Choose option

The picture you've just taken is displayed.

Tap Edit.

Choose one of the following options:

Rotate the picture, go to 4a.

Use automatic picture improvement, go to 4b.

Remove red eyes, go to 4c.

Crop the picture, go to 4d.

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4a - Rotate the picture

Tap the rotate icon repeatedly to rotate the picture.

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4b - Use automatic picture improvement

Tap the auto-enhance icon.

The quality of the picture is automatically improved.

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4c - Remove red eyes

Tap the remove red-eye icon.

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4c - Remove red eyes

Tap the area with red eyes.

Tap Apply.

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4d - Crop the picture

Tap the crop photo icon.

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4d - Crop the picture

Drag each of the four corners to the required position to select the required section.

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4d - Crop the picture

Tap Crop.

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Save and exit

Tap Save to save the changes.

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Save and exit

Tap the Home key to return to standby mode.

Swipe right for the next step

Tap anywhere to dismiss

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